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Councillors and Clerk 

 Councillor Mike Baldock (Chairman)
 Mike moved to Silchester in 1989, and has lived in or close to the Parish for most of the time since then. During this time he has served a couple of times on the committee of the Silchester Association, has been part of the Silchester firework team for 25 years, and has been a Parish Councillor from 1992 to 1998, from which he stood down due to pressure of work. He was co-opted back onto the PC in December 2016 where he leads the Silchester 1914-18 Project and is part of the Silchester Common Management working group.

Councillor Janet Earl (Vice Chair)

Janet and her family have lived in Silchester for the last 18 years. She is a member of the Speed Watch Team and given a background in Road Safety is keen to see the issue of speeding through our lovely village addressed. Janet has been a Councillor for the last few years and aims to help Silchester be the best it possibly can.

Councillor Paul Miles

 Paul is married with 5 daughters and a son, a local business owner, speedwatch volunteer and chairman of the Playground Association. In his spare time he enjoys clay pigeon shooting, playing with all his children and walking his dog around the many footpaths and woodlands in and around the village. 

 Councillor Richard Westwood


 Councillor David Livingstone
 David moved to Silchester in 1996 with his wife and 2 children, who both started their schooling at Silchester School (they have now both finished University). He has worked at AWE for over 10 years as a Senior Project Manager, and has recently retired. In his time at Silchester, he has seen his children grow up using the facilities and clubs that are offered in the Parish and the surrounding area, and he and his wife have enjoyed the amenities that the area provides, along with many of the events put on by the Silchester Association. Now that he has retired, he is keen to put something back into the community as a Parish Councillor, assisting in the cohesion and wellbeing of the village and its surrounding countryside
Councillor Graham Wright

Graham returned to Silchester with his wife in 2019 after spending 12 years in Tadley. Graham retired from full time work in 2014, but has been engaged in consultancy work in the chemical and polymer industries since then. Silchester is a vibrant village community and Graham is looking forward to taking an active part in helping Silchester to retain it’s unique character and being a great place to live.

 Councillor Dan Male

Clerk to the Parish Council - Chris Gunnell

Phone: 07470 809086

Email: clerk@silchester-pc.gov.uk 

Councillors Register of Member Interests may be viewed here;